A call for ‘universal brotherhood’

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | ANUPAMA SUBRAMANIAN
Published Aug 14, 2017, 12:20 am IST
Updated Aug 14, 2017, 12:20 am IST
The song composed for the Independence Day is a call for universal brotherhood.
Kumar Narayanan
 Kumar Narayanan

Music composer Kumar Narayanan, known for his private music videos, including the Roar for CSK —  an anthem for Dhoni, and the patriotic song Hey Hindustan,  attributed to Indian army,  has now released a single titled Saathi Aaa.

The song composed for  the Independence Day is a call for universal brotherhood. Talking about the song, Kumar says, “It is a call for unity among us!

 

To hold hands in joy, as well as in despair, to respect one another and be the personification of a national unity that is unmindful of caste, class, creed and culture.”

The visuals of the five-minute song is a compilation of  vibrant pencil sketches of national heritages and cultural diversity of the nation. Kumar has sung the song himself, along with Sairam, Jananie SV, Sajan Shenoy, Manish Jain, Indu Sawhney, Siddhant and Diksha. The song imparts a larger message — let us live and work in our own motherland and make her prouder...every moment.





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